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. >> mr. mike? >> is almost a legend. >> who is mr. mind? >> for seven years, mike has kept the elementary school in order as custodian. he does not mind the work, and he loves the kids. >> he is one of the hardest custodians' i have ever seen work. >> he is a friendly force, whether it's helping hand of lunch or a smile to agree to kids every day. but the last three years have been tough on mr. mike. >> i try not to think about it, just from getting the initial diagnosis of cancer. >> it did take his teeth. mike thought he might never get teeth and all, facing more than eight $4,000 bill for a complete mike makeover. paper group of school moms would not have it. what started as a list of friends and -- >> 160 families gave $25, we could do it. >> it turned into a facebook movement. >> people were coming to the door with checks. >> and the kids sold candy brands, many sent to mr. mike himself. or even notes, written from tiny hands. >> that gets to you. [applause] >> so does this. the kids raised hundreds of dollars selling candy. the dentist heard, and cut his bill in half. had that to th
to a very special awards show. with us mike duffy from "time" magazine. bbc's katty kay. "new york times'" helene cooper and abc's sam donaldson. first up, 'tis the season for year-end political awards. best and worst. last year part one of our political awards and this week part two and this is pure fun. our first category president obama's smartest political decision of 2012. which one of these four choices will our roundtablers pick? was the smartest obama decision to campaign relentlessly on raising taxes on the rich? or was it the early takedown of mitt romney in all those ads last spring that painted him as a rich guy? or the high-tech multimillion dollar back room operation to identify every obama vote and then turn it out on election day? for finally, was the smartest obama decision just bring it in, bubba? >> no president, not me, not any of my predecessors, no one could have fully repaired all the damage that he found in just four years. chris: was that stacking the deck, mike? >> all good. the one they think wargs the brilliant one was betting that if they spent $150 million i
meteorologist mike seidel is just outside buffalo, new york. good evening to you, mike. >> hey, natalie. in buffalo, they're known for the snow. they average 8 feet of snowfall a season. but so far this year, they've only had 6 1/2 inches, leaving many to wonder, where's the white? that's all changing this evening. a major snowstorm has dumped over a foot of snow across parts of the midwest. indiana got hit hard. high winds adding to the misery there. >> it's a lot better with the four-wheel drive, but yeah, it's definitely a doozy out there. >> and there's lots of snow in little rock, too. folks there had the snowiest christmas ever, with 9 inches. and it's making getting anywhere almost impossible. ice is coating windshields, branches and power lines. thousands are waiting for their electricity to come back on. >> we're going to make the best of it. we're trying to find some place with power where we can get a cup of coffee and hot cocoa. >> all of this is making for a post christmas travel nightmare. they're de-icing in it dallas as temperatures fail to break freezing. about a thousa
me now i washington post" ezra klein and editeditor ap editor at er columnist, mike santoli.pmi the markets are nearly four years old. in 2013 what's you're outlook for the market stability and the broader economy? >> i think the market is finally realizing that it's kind of emerged from this long-term kind of uncertainty trade out there. the big picture questions are whether the central banks can kind of stabilize the system, whether, for example, china last year was going to go into a recession, whether europe can kind of keep it together through recession. i think we've gotten past through most of those things and i think it's slow and steady u.s. economic growth picture is probably the best bet, but i think it's going to feel better to the average person because of the component to that growth, meaning housing, autos, and finally jobs. looking like they're going a decent up spring. i think a slow and steady but feeling better than the past couple of years. >> it definitely does feel better. ezra, uncertainty seems to have been the theme this year. businesses don't like i
. let's turn to mike florio, "pro football talk." mike, take us through the day's biggest injuries. >> last week the falcons locked up the number one seed in the nfc. they decided to play their starters anyway in week 17, and two of their starters suffered injuries on sunday. defensive end john abraham in the fourth quarter sprained an ankle, mri on monday. i'm told it's not currently believed to be serious. in the first quarter of the same game, deunta robinson suffered a head injury. they have not yet applied the concussion level to dunta robinson. the coach will update his condition on monday. for the vikings, quarterback antoine winfield suffered a fractured hand last week, tried to play with it this week, aggravated it in the first half, left and did not return. >> all right, mike, thanks. folks, you can tune in to "pro football talk" every weekday at 5:00 p.m. on the nbc sports network, presented by chevrolet. and a reminder to catch "the dan patrick show" weekdays from 9:00 until noon eastern. washington defeats dallas, and in the process, washington wins the nfc east. al an
. we turn now to mike florio of pro football talk. mike, take us through some of the day's most important injuries, please. >> bob, texans running back arian foster left today what was called an illness at the time. after the game coach kubiak said foster had irregular heartbeat and second time it's happened but they say the foster will be fine. anquan bolder injured his shoulder over the new york giants for the chicago bears running back matt forte injured an ankle he injured earlier this year and in a walking boot after the win over the cardinals. right ankle injury. randall cobb jushed his ankle and i'm told x-rays taken after the game were negative and he'll have mri on monday and could be available for week 17 against the vikings and should be available for the postseason. >> okay, mike, thanks. tune into "pro football talk" every weekend at 5:00 p.m. on the nbc sports network. the seahawks 42 and the 49ers 13. al and cris back to wrap things up from seattle after this. . no. wendy's mozzarella chicken supreme. crisp chicken, lots of mozzarella, and a rich parmesan sauce. m
meteorologist mike seidel is in oklahoma city this evening. >> reporter: on this christmas night, a massive storm is causing travel headaches for millions producing and dumping snow as far south as texas late this afternoon and still putting down rare christmas tornadoes in the deep south. look at this rain and wind. this is storm chaser video near mcneal, mississippi, where a tornado reportedly touched down this afternoon. there are reports of injuries and damage. and there is a rare christmas snowfall hitting dallas. it's bad news on the roads, signs warning of icy conditions. at least three reported tornadoes touched down across texas today causing lots of damage and leaving thousands without power. thunderstorm winds toppled this tree onto a pick-up truck in the houston area, killing the driver. no fatalities but plenty of clean-up this morning in oklahoma city following this massive pile-up. 21 cars and tractor-trailers crashed, slipping on roads coated with freezing rain. not just wind and ice, but snow is pounding parts of the west. in northern california, near lake tahoe, an avalanc
's mike taibbi has the story of two veterans who are passing along some hard-won lessons to a new generation, and making a difference. >> reporter: at first blush, it wasn't much of a parade. a couple hundred yards and a few people along the way. and two old soldiers, the honored guest. >> we are proud of you! >> reporter: but perhaps no one deserves a parade more. major general pat brady and lieutenant general bruce crandall are recipients of the congressional medal of honor, the nation's highest salute. for both men, both helicopter evac pilots, vietnam was their war. brady saving more than 60 wounded in one day of pure hell in 1968. and crandall, three years earlier, braving enemy fire on two straight missions, the story of the hollywood film "we were soldiers." >> are you inbound? >> reporter: but today the men are on a new mission as part of the congressional medal of honor foundation's character development program, has now touched down in 44 states. a free lesson plan for schools like this one in acton, california that trains teachers how to translate the values learned a h
's going to bring. mike in illinois. mike. >> caller: cramer, this is mike in the windy city giving you a chicago bears ba-ba-ba-boo-yah. >> that's a constant. bears ray constant. what's up? >> caller: cramer, if i short a stock, how long do i have to cover that short? >> forever. forever. that's one of the great things about shorting. stay short for as long as you want. remember, if the stock goes up, they may ask you to put more money up, though, and that's where people get squeezed. okay. you've got to dig deep if you want deep profits. gross margins will guide you in figuring out the direction of a stock. and some things you'll only find on the conference call, not the headlines. gross margins, that's on the call. stay with cramer. >>> nobody is more passionate about the markets than i am. nobody in this whole country! >> i wanted to thank you. you have saved my retirement. >> you are why i come out here and do this show. thank you so much. >> the stuff that you're doing for all of us is so important. i just want to say thank you. >> my husband and i watch every day, and we count on
and the bushmaster rifle. firefighters, tomasz kaczowka and mike chiapperini were killed. human remains were found in spengler's abandoned house. >> it's the question and we'll know know what was going through his mind. >> reporter: police are investigating whether the death of spengler's 91-year-old mother in october and donations she made to the fire department could help explain the motives. >>> former president george h.b. bush remains at houston's methodist hospital where he spent christmas with first lady barbara bush as well as his sons. doctors are saying the former president suffered setbacks, that's why sthey had not releasd him before are christmas. he had a bronchitis-type cough. doctors say since then, he's become weak and developed a fever. for more on that massive storm, we turn to nbc's dylan dreyer. good morning, dylan. a shock for so many. >> it's a shock because there's so many different aspects. we were talking about a foot of snow in portions of arkansas, but we're also getting reports of 19 tornadoes down through mississippi and to louisiana. so there are a lot of facets to t
for which loyola had no answer -- mike mescala. great footwork and the handle. spinning back. 29 points. second half. leila makes a bit of a move. then more loyola. bucknell withstood the best loyola had to offer. an impressive win at loyola. 66-46. the harry potter bowl against the magic. second quarter. magic defense disappeared. jordan crawford. washington -- the 17 footer. washington a winner for the fourth time this season. 105-97. the independence bowl in la. if you ever wonder where the former nebraska coach disappeared to -- a little play action. the the the arms. look a bat. -- look at the arms. look at that. 45-14. >> tonight was good riddance day. the day to take your worst memories of 2012 and smashed them to smithereens. or run them through a paper shredder. in times square is, people lined up to publicly wiping the slate clean. they tossed out everything from pink slips to memories of that break up. i liked it. out with the old, in with the new. new tradition here. speaking of good riddance, the polish pontiff almost none words is out. coming at the doug no. 5 -- twitterve
why she married this guy, ned rock and roll. >>> "magic mike" star matthew mcconaughey and his wife welcomed a baby boy on friday. their third child together. lots of baby news. lots of baby news. >>> and hulk hogan's restaurant hogan's beach will open tonight in tampa. the wrestler and reality star says the eatery will be jimmy buffett's margueriteville and hooter's times ten. he ultimately wants to turn it into a reality show, right? >> no. >> that's scary, the whole thing, right? >>> i'm veronica de la cruz. this is "early today," just your first stop of the day today on your nbc station. >> you're watching wbal-tv 11. live, local, late-breaking. this is 11 news today at 5:00 a.m. >> already off to a much better start because we have less wind. the wind is coming down. wind at 6 miles per hour at the airport and four miles per hour at camp springs. 26 in hagerstown. 19 in alton. temperatures should be much better into the afternoon. -- 19 in camp springs. >> 29 degrees at the airport. >> less than 24 hours to go to resolve a deal before the fiscal cliff. >> if we go over the fisc
turned deadly. mike seidel is in cheektowaga, new york. good morning to you. >> reporter: we had 11 inches of snow so it has ended for now. keep in mind this city averages 8 feet a season but only had 6 inches until late yesterday afternoo afternoon. >> snow, high winds e, dangerous driving conditions hitting the northeast this morning. in new york city where they're still struggling in the afternoon ma aftermath of hurricane sandy. >> it's becoming enough. >> reporter: and residents stock ing up hard hit for supplies and snow reduced visibility and blanket the roads. >> especially greg down hill. >> reporter: in massachusetts, drivers were taking it extra slow. the storm was causing headaches at the nation's airport, over 1700 flights cancelled windy, stranding passengers trying get home over the christmas holiday. before moving to the northeast, the weather system pounded parts of the northwest dumping over a foot of snow in some areas and spawning 26 tornadoes in the south catches this at a walgr n walgreens in mobile, alabama. and lawmakers were on the scene in dozens of accide
channel's mike seidel was in harrisburg this afternoon. >> reporter: for many in pennsylvania this is the third time they had to shovel snow this week, some picking up another 4 to 6 inches. over in philadelphia everyone for the first time in the season got a coating of white. >> reporter: as the storm continues to move north, the heaviest snowfall about 6 to 12 inches is expected to reach boston, cape cod, and providence, rhode island later this evening. and, kate, this storm did cut a wide swath through the country dumping rain and snow as it worked its way here into the northeast. now on average, we did see about an inch of snow in oklahoma and arkansas, about 6 inches in southern illinois, much of indiana. the heavier amounts are expected to happen tonight into new england. that's about 6 to 10 inches. the storm is moving fast. it's on its way to southern new england tonight. so if you're living near boston or to its east, do want to get your shovels ready. it will reach its peek near boston and cape cod and then fizzle out tomorrow around noon. but there is another storm
. >> in this morning's 3-d project, new year's eve tomorrow night, that means parties which will include alcohol. mike gimbal is here with some tips. >> let me first say to everyone, if you're going to a party and you know you're going to drink, don't drive. get a ride home, spend the night, call a cab. if you're hosting a party and serving alcohol, don't let any of your guests leave intoxicated. very simple. now we can get to tips -- but it's a matter of planning ahead, whether you're hosting a party or attending a party. >> responsibility on both ends. >> not to make alcohol the big part of the party. there are nonalcoholic beverages. here's a nonalcoholic wine, a nonalcoholic beer you can serve. you want to make sure you have food so people have solid food, it slows down absorption of the alcohol. >> and the nonalcoholic beer. >> and remember our demonstration, a shot glass, five ounces of wine or 12-ounce can of beer have the same amount of alcohol and people tend to when they they feel drink is not always equal to what the law says that you're legally drunk and that's the part we want to remember
tomasz k aaczowka and mike chiapperini were killed. two other firefighters were hospitalized. >> quote, i still have to see how much more of the neighborhood i can burn down and do what i like doing best, kill peop people. >> his 91-year-old mother died in october and made donations to the fire department. police want to know if that could be the possible motive in the deadly attack. >> motive is the burning question and we'll never really know what was going through this mind. >> reporter: funerals for the two firefighters will be held sunday. the second one will be monday. savannah? >> ron mott, thank you. >>> president obama is cutting short his christmas break with next week's fiscal cliff looming large. he plans to return to washington tonight after spending the holiday in hawaii. kristen welker is traveling with the president. good morning to you. >> reporter: savannah, good morning to you. the first lady and first daughters will remain here and continue their hawaiian holiday. the president and first lady spent part of their christmas visiting with troops stationed here in hawaii,
for mike moscala. young man had four nba scouts there to watch him. you can see why. he's 6' 11". got moves left, right. he was tough. game high 29 points for that young man. made a bit of a move. robert olson. nice job off the glass. little defense causing turnover. ahead to bobby olsen. he gets the kids off that. it is good. still down 13. bucknell withstood the best test loyola had to offer. loyola victorious by a final of 66-46. bucknell winner, 66-46. wizards last night, wizards got a win. jordan crawford wide open. not much defense on the magic knocking down that three. now up eight in the fourth quarter. 17 feet. knocked it down. washington wins for just the fourth time. 105-97. later today, navy in a bowl game against arizona state. we'll check it out for you tonight at 6:00. have a great day. >> it's 5:55. here's a look ahead at the next hour of wbal news saturday morning. >> i'm on winter weather watch. that's next. >> and things could be changing with this storm a little bit. maybe some of the total not as high as we thought. we'll take a closer look on your insta weather plus fo
the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff at the time, admiral mike mullen, attended a dress rehearsal with a team of navy s.e.a.l.s at a mock compound they set up in the nevada desert. when did they learn exactly what their mission was and who their target was? >> you have to ask bill mccraven that. they're not idiots. i mean, they knew certainly how critical this was. they knew who they were and who they were working with. >> one week after the rehearsal, the launch window opened up. a favorable forecast and moonless night, essential for an attack by air. they knew it could be months before the next opportunity. on thursday, april 28th the president gathered the small core of planners in the situation room to debate the choices one last time. you had a couple up options, doing nothing, an air-raid with no evidence of after action or proof of death or this. you were against this mission as they launched it, correct? >> as i pointed out early on, there was no consensus. the president got us all down in the situation room, and he said, okay, basically roll call. >> what was your vote? >
with magic mike. i think that's why women loved him so much. he is the new hunky leading man that all the women look out for. he is also expecting a baby right now. it's going to be a big year for him next year as well. they're also doing "21 jump street." >> are you on board with that program? >> will ferrell, when i have to pick my go to guy, will ferrell is my guy, anchor man. >> really? >> yeah. >> somebody for everybody. >> yeah. >> as they say. >> i've never heard that from the woman's point of view. >> little belly on him. >> man's guy, funny. >> man's man. >> is there an it guy in hollywood this year? >> channing tatum, of course. he really ruled it. you also saw ben affleck who is always a hot guy in hollywood. blew people away with his direct orrial skills, daniel day lewis as "lincoln," hugh jackman in "les miserables" and ann hathaway, of course. i saw it last night. it blew me away. >> what about music? >> one of the best years like ever for taylor swift. >> ever, ever! >> she had "we're never ever getting back together," the best kiss-off anthem ever. that was number two
the attack at this point? >> two points. number one, i think that tom pickering and mike mullen who headed up the review board did a very thorough job in identifying what were some severe problems in diplomatic security. and they provided us with a series of recommendations. many of them were already starting to be implemented. secretary clinton has indicated that she is going to implement all of them. what i've, my message to the state department has been very simple. and that is, we're going to solve this. we're not going to be defensive about it we're not going to pretend that this was not a problem. this was a huge problem. and we're going to implement every single recommendation that's been put forward. some individuals have been held accountable, inside of the state department. and what i've said is, is that we are going to fix this to make sure that this does not happen again. because these are folks that i send into the field. we understand that there are dangers involved, but you know, when you read the report and it confirms what we had already seen based on some of our internal rev
to the christmas travelers. and mike seidel is just outside buffalo, new york this morning. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. in buffalo, they picked up 11 inches. this is a city that averages 8 feet of snow a season. until yesterday they were in a snow drought and until yesterday only had about 6 inches. that's ended now. >>, high winds, dangerous driving conditions, all part of the powerful winter storm hitting the northeast this morning. in the suburbs of new york city, where they're still struggling in the aftermath of hurricane sandy. >> enough is enough now. becoming a little bit too much. >> reporter: in the suburbs of new york city, where they're still struggling in the aftermath of hurricane sandy. by windy night, the heavy snow in connecticut reduced visibility and blanket the roads. >> frustrating, especially going down the hills. >> reporter: a similar scene in massachusetts, where drivers are taking it extra slow. the snow is causing headaches at the airports, over 7,000 flights stranded. and in the northeast, the weather system pounded parts of the midwest
. >> from space to time, mike wallace spent 60 years mostly on "60 minutes" and most often afflicting the comfortable with his confrontational style of journalism. wallace died in april. another television star, dick clark, was the maker of teen idols on "american bandstand" and rang in the new year for america for nearly four decades. as familiar as the whistle that opens his tv show, andy griffith planned to be a preacher or opera singer but settled on acting which he did up until his death in july. when larry hagman was shot as j.r. ewing on "dallas," it was the most watched point in his career that gan -- began on "i dream of jeannie." and joe paterno was sullied by the child sex abuse scandal at penn state that broke just before his death in january. etta james died in january 50 years after her version of "at last" became a must at millions of weddings. whitney houston died in february. ♪ i will always love you ♪ >> donna summer, in may. and some unique sounds fell silent, too, those are marvin hamlisch, dave brubeck, whose "take five" remains recognizable to grandchildren a
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